Bachelorette Party Recap

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Picking back up of the theme of my summer and wedding related recaps, I bring you back to my bachelorette weekend (rated PG).

The weekend started out early on Saturday morning when bridesmaid C picked me up for a drive up to Litchfield County, Connecticut.  Another bridesmaid's husbands family has a lakehouse up there that we were able to stay at for the weekend.  Once all the ladies arrived we were picked up by a limo and taken on a wine tasting tour to three wineries.  At the first winery, we had a picnic lunch with tons of cheese, crackers, snacks and goodies.

Here is a photo of the group in front of our limo, in front of the winery

And a group shot on the outdoor porch of a winery

After the wine tour, we went back to the lakehouse and spent a few hours in tubes and swimming in the lake and then playing some games on the porch before dinner.  That evening there was a beautiful sunset - take a look at these pictures:

Dinner was at a local Italian restaurant where we were able to have a private room.  The best part about dinner was the "newlywed" "how well do you know each other" game my bridesmaids put together.  One bridesmaid gave Adam a list of questions to which he recorded the answers on video.  She then asked me the question - like "what is Adam's favorite meal, that I make for him."  I would let everyone know my answer, then she played back his video.  We did amazingly well, everyone was surprised at not only how closely our answers matched, but also the fact that the questions that I answered easily and quickly Adam did the same.  Some questions, I would even answer one thing, then think of a better answer, and Adam also would guess the same two things.

After dinner we headed back to the house to hang out and call it a night.  The next morning, we went out for brunch and then stopped by a Farmer's market near town where I picked up some veggies for dinner.

Overall, it was a great weekend; exactly what I wanted - A Shariously big thanks to all the ladies that made it happen!


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